BC HighwayCams - Highway 91 (Alex Fraser Bridge)


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Winter tire and chain-up regulations in effect from October 1 to April 30 Attention motorists:

Winter tires or chains are required on most routes in British Columbia from October 1 to April 30. For select highways not located through mountain passes and/or high snowfall areas, tire and chain requirements end March 31.
These routes are marked with regulatory signs posted on numbered and un-numbered highways throughout the province. We reserve the right to restrict travel at any time of the year depending on road conditions.
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Alex Fraser Bridge Southbound
Hwy 91, southbound approach to Alex Fraser Bridge, looking south. (elevation: 6 metres)
 
Alex Fraser Bridge Southbound
Hwy 91, southbound approach to Alex Fraser Bridge, looking south.
Annacis Channel Bridge Approach
Hwy 91 at Hwy 91A interchange, looking east to Annacis Channel Bridge approach.
Annacis Island - N
Hwy 91 on Annacis Island at the Cliveden Ave Overpass, looking north.
Annacis Island - W
Hwy 91 on Annacis Island at the Cliveden Ave Overpass, looking south.
Annacis Island - E
Hwy 91 on Annacis Island at the Cliveden Ave Overpass, looking east.
Annacis Island - S
Hwy 91 on Annacis Island at the Cliveden Ave Overpass, looking south.
Alex Fraser Bridge - N
Alex Fraser Bridge, mid-span, looking north.
Alex Fraser Bridge - S
Alex Fraser Bridge, mid-span, looking south.
Hwy 91 Connector at Nordel Way - N
Hwy 91 Connector at Nordel Way, looking north.
Hwy 91 Connector at Nordel Way - W
Hwy 91 Connector at Nordel Way, looking west.
Hwy 91 Connector at Nordel Way - E
Hwy 91 Connector at Nordel Way, looking east.

Seasonal Load Restrictions  

Commercial Vehicle Chainup Requirements

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